In ancient times a rex born with the caelestia marking would've been heralded as a future stargazer. Nowadays those with this marking can walk their own path, but for some it may still lead to the heavens.


Marking Rarity

Marking Layering

Marking Colors



Marking Edges

Symmetry Rules


  • Caelestia can have as many colors as you wish it to!
  • The base must be one solid marking. There can't be two disconnected "galaxies."
    However, as long as the galaxy is connected in some way,
    you are free to spead it out. Never more than 50% for non dominant Caelestia though.
  • The galaxy's edges should be very soft and blended and mottled.
  • Stars must be white unless affected by arcane. Stars cannot exist outside of the base.
  • Minimum of four stars. No maximum, but the galaxy background must be visible.
  • Stars should be defined and read as stars even with soft edges, but can be sparkle or dot shaped.
  • Lines connecting the "constellations" are not required, but they can be solid or dashed.
  • Constellations should make sense! Lines need to be connected by stars and can only be straight from one star to another.
    They should also be easily identifyable. 

  • As always, with things that can be depicted in rexalia,
    remember that there cannot be anything depicted rexals would not have knowledge about!


Copy paste these images directly into your art program over your design and set them to multiply for the best work effect.
Alternatively you can download the boundary PSDs with the marking boundaries!

There are no Boundaries for Caelestia. There are no Boundaries for Caelestia.



"Caelestia" is a marking that reflects the majesty and wonder of celestial constellations, forming a single, united galaxy across your rexal's coat. The design should be well-blended and soft-edged, seamlessly transitioning into the surrounding coat and creating an almost foggy effect. This marking should not exist in disconnected patches, but as one coherent galaxy that blankets a portion of your rexal's form.

The galaxy itself is studded with stars, which need to be white unless the arcane marking is present. These celestial bodies, while they can be soft at their edges, should remain distinct and recognisable, whether they take on the form of sparkling stars or small, glowing dots.

While there should be a minimum of four stars, there's no maximum limit. However, ensure that they are not so overwhelming as to obscure the base galaxy. For an extra layer of depth and complexity, you have the option to connect these stars with lines - forming constellations. These lines can be solid or dashed, depending on your personal preference.

Careful now!
While this is pretty, it would not pass. Notice the lines are not connected to stars at all!

This is a good example for hard edges that would not pass. Be careful to make the marking's edges soft!

Frontier and Caelestia
Arcane and Caelestia

When Caelestia is dominant, it has the ability to cover the entire design. 

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